The Supreme Court announced Monday it will review the president’s controversial executive order next term. But in the meantime, the administration can enforce some of its provisions.
Cameras are not allowed, so artists are now relaying what the White House Press Room looks like.
Jimmy Fallon's staff make a montage of Trump saying "bye bye."
Court decides in favor of employee, against government.
Worst-case scenario is that decisions by acting executives are rendered invalid.
Companion to a Senate bill would allow participants in the retirement savings program more flexibility to manage their money.
The bill draft is released and Washington -- and late-night -- reacts.
In one poll, the health care bill has a 8% favorability rating.
The White House press shop may be getting a makeover.
A new resolution would finally put many long-running conflicts on a sound legal footing—but would grant the executive branch sweeping powers in the process.
The president and his attorney either disagree or agree on a key component of the Russia investigation.